Sri Lanka Cricket Team

World Cup is anyone’s oyster

This year there are a number of teams good enough to ensure a fierce battle for the title

Smog in Delhi affects players in international cricket match

Play is routinely suspended due to poor weather, low visibility, lightning or rain, but a stoppage as a result of pollution is almost unheard of.

Spectacular Proteas in full bloom

The team has proved it has a core of great players, despite the loss of Smith and Kallis.

Proteas can learn a lot from crabs

Tucking into shellfish requires skill and they hold many surprises, not unlike the Sri Lankan team.

Dilshan looks on the bright side

Despite losing the third Test in Cape Town on Friday, and the series, Sri Lanka captain Tillakaratne Dilshan was still smiling.

Tide turns against cricket administrators

Players and athletes have become professional; so should the leaders of their governing bodies.

Pakistan keeping it simple, says Younis

Younis Khan said his team will continue to keep things simple as they look to double their series lead in the second one-day match against Sri Lanka.

India and Pakistan in World Cup showdown

India and Pakistan head into an epic World Cup showdown on Wednesday that will showcase the bitter rivalry and common bonds between the neighbours.

Rain washes out Australia-Sri Lanka match

A sell-out 35 000 crowd in Colombo was left disappointed after heavy rain robbed them of a potentially thrilling match on Saturday.

Pacemen hold key in Australia-Sri Lanka match

Pacemen are expected to determine the outcome of Saturday's World Cup Group A match featuring Australia and Sri Lanka in Colombo.

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